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YAK Car Pic of the Day

'67 Chevy Impala sport sedan, Town of Porter, N.Y.

Who growing up in the 1960s didn’t have a few full-size Chevys in the neighborhood? Well, some folks in this Town of Porter neighborhood still have one — this 1967 Chevy Impala sport sedan still looks pretty decent for a 45-year-old car. This is from back when Chevy still had a whole line of big cars, from the cheapie Biscayne, up through the Bel Air, Impala, Impala SS, and Caprice models. Picking one and then trying to choose from 15 exterior colors (with seven two-tone combinations), and interior colors choices of gold, blue, bright blue, black, red, turquoise, plum, parchment, maroon, and medium fawn made for a mind-boggling experience. Throw in five engine and five transmission choices, and myriad other options, and you can see that buying a new Chevy in 1967 wasn’t an in-and-out decision. See them all here

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know